Leishmaniasis could fuel refugee resentment in Turkey's border towns

ANTAKYA 30 August 2013 (IRIN) – Syrian diaspora organizations, aid agencies and Turkish authorities are struggling to contain the spread of leishmaniasis, a skin infection carried by Syrian refugees into Turkey. Their failure to do so could increase tensions – already high in some places – between the refugees and their Turkish hosts.

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